Thesaurus / inveigh against

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And still more vehemently did he inveigh against Moreo in his direct appeals to Philip.

Now my point is this—the wretch whom I have described never ceased to inveigh against the wrongs of society.

Side LightsJames Runciman

During his lifetime he never ceased to inveigh against Archbishop Hubert Walter; after his death he repented and recanted.

It is not even worth the while now for scholars to inveigh against the folly of such superstition.

I came not to inveigh against the folly or malignity of such conduct.

Jane TalbotCharles Brockden Brown

By labour ought men's wills and wits be deem'd, Though dreaming dunces do inveigh against it.

It is, then, both foolish and useless to inveigh against parties as in themselves evil.

It is not necessary to be a prude or a skinny old harridan either, to inveigh against the custom.

He went on to inveigh against the prevailing vices of his countrymen, particularly opium-smoking.

Ti-Ping Tien-KwohAugustus F. Lindley

You inveigh against our theory, and even against theories in general.

Economic SophismsFrederic Bastiat
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